--, the friendly and fun stuff, has been influenced by experiments by forum member pemasu who has created a series of very popular Puppies since the release of 5.2.5. There’s another tab to install larger programs in the Puppy sfs format, also with a single-click of course.Still in Quickpet, there is a for 11 different languages.Both are based on current supported releases; 'Tahrpup' on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (the Long-Term Support version), and 'Slacko' on the current 14.2 release of Slackware (one of the oldest of Linux distros still under current development.) I'm not familiar with the Slackware support schedule, but Tahrpup has access to the huge Ubuntu repositories, and will be supported until April 2019. Compaq Presario desktop; Athlon64 X2 3800 , 3 GB RAM, WD 500GB Caviar 'Blue', 32GB Kingspec PATA SSD, Seagate 'Expansion' 1 TB USB 3.0 drive, ATI Radeon Xpress 200 graphics, Dell 15.1" p Np monitor (1024 x 768), TP-Link PCI-e USB 3.0 card, Belkin PCI USB 2.0 4-port card, self-powered 7-port USB 2.0 hub This is one of Puppy's 'secret weapons'....the reason why Puppy is so easy to recover, in the event of major 'melt-down'.Anybody more familiar with Slackware's schedule, feel free to post that information here, please! Compaq Presario desktop; Athlon64 X2 3800 , 3 GB RAM, WD 500GB Caviar 'Blue', 32GB Kingspec PATA SSD, Seagate 'Expansion' 1 TB USB 3.0 drive, ATI Radeon Xpress 200 graphics, Dell 15.1" p Np monitor (1024 x 768), TP-Link PCI-e USB 3.0 card, Belkin PCI USB 2.0 4-port card, self-powered 7-port USB 2.0 hub Two more links that you may find interesting:- is the 'Puppy Master' (Barry Kauler, the originator of Puppy), writing about the 'perceived' pitfalls of running as 'root' all the time....take note of Pup's intended usage scenario. is Barry explaining in his blog about the way that Puppy's union- and aufs-layered file system works, for those of you who may be curious about such things. Both of these contain a full Linux file-system inside them.Live CD updates of the lupusave file seem to not have problems. Boot the new CD with 'pfix=ram' and then use Puppy Universal Installer to do a Full Install ---Copy the new 5.2 files into an existing Lupu folder or, copy the lupusave file into a folder that you have just created by doing a frugal install.
However, when I navigated in linux to the opendns site & tried the "test your settings" link, it said I was using opendns! I've seen the package ddclient also mentioned as an updater, so installed that, but can't seem to get that working.By following a link to the "Community" section of software.I found instructions to "", which is simple enough but, at the end of the « apt-get update » step, gives me an error about being unable to verfify a signature because the public key is not available. If you are using Ubuntu 16.04 rather Ubuntu 14.04, you just need to change the appropriate numerals in the commands.Since at least the mid 1980’s, I’ve been a Microsoft Windows guy.However, after recently trying Chromebook, it dawned on me that maybe other operating systems can be just as productive.Since Chrome OS is actually based on the Linux kernel, it then makes perfect logical sense to consider whether other Linux distributions could be useful.